We all know that Apple’s iconic Marimba ringtone is the identity of every iPhone. But now on iPhone X, along with plenty of new high-end hardware and overwhelming feature, the company has introduced new ringtone called “Reflection” a new anthem for a new era. Well, it is default ringtone on a device, and you can even change it as well if you don’t like.
As it soft and mellow twinkling sound rings great, every person would like to get it on their current device. Well, the good thing is you can get the iPhone X’s new “Reflection” ringtone on any iPhone and Android phone. You heard it right! There is a way you can ring it on your current device for free. Go head to see the procedure!
Make sure that you have installed the latest version of iTunes on your Mac or PC.
Step #1. On your Mac or PC, download iPhone X’s Reflection ringtone from this link.
Step #2. Connect your iPhone to your computer via USB cable.
Step #3. Launch iTunes and drag and drop the downloaded iPhone X’s Reflection ringtone file on your iPhone in the left sidebar of the iTunes app. You can also drop it in your ringtone section too.
Note: If the above step doesn’t work, then choose device into the iTunes app→ click Tones in the Setting section → Choose Reflection in the Tone and then hit the Sync. It’s to time wait for the few minutes.
How to Get the iPhone X’s New ‘Reflection’ Ringtone on Android Phone
Step #1. On your Windows PC, download iPhone X’s Reflection ringtone.
Step #2. Connect your Android device to your computer via USB cable.
Step #3. Find the downloaded Reflection ringtone file and do Copy and then Past it on your connected Android device’s ringtone folder. To find ringtone folder go to Internal Storage → Ringtones folder.
This how you can get iPhone X feel on your current smartphone without spending a single penny. Hope now you are happy to enjoy iPhone X’s anthem on your device.
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